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bAiLY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY iB, lOSl.
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Social and Club News
V1CTHOIA CONCERT TOMORROW
8oiif by Alma tiluik and John
MeCormack will be a pleasing fea
ture of the Victrola concert In the
county library tomorrow afternoon lit
three o'clock. The wools will be
upiilieA by Mrs. Una Sturgis. Follow
ing In the program: '
Io, Hoar the Gentle Lark (Bishop")
Hong of the Chimes (Worrell) Al
Who Knows? (Paul I. llunbar-Kr-nest
H. Ball) John MeCormack.
Bcherito-Tarantf-lte ("-- Wienln
wkl. op. l) Jascha HotteU, x'lli
Tho Hrook ('iemiytnu-u,..ioresJ-r-Alma
Relieve Me If All Those Endearing
Young Charms (Moore) John Me
The Moon Una Raised Her Ijimp
Above (Jules ISenedict) John Mc-
Gavotte in a ( Mozart ) Mischa
Oarmena Alma Gluck.
My Wild Rose (Chauncey Olcott)
Sweet Genevieve (Cooper-Tucker)
Whispering Hope (Alice Haw
thorne) Alma Gluck-lxmise Homer.
Spanish' Dance. No. S (Sarasati, op.
S) Jan Kubelik.
Uu, l)u Ugst Jrtir lm Hcncn (Tou
live tn my heart) Alma Gluek-raul
Silver Threads Among the Gold
(Rexford-lanks) John MeCormack.
Tamliourin Chinois (Krelsler, Op.
3) Kriti Krelsler.
Hvrcuse Lullaby from Jocclyn
(Godard) Alma Olluuk.
VISITORS IX CITY
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Campbell are
visitors in Pendleton at the home of
Jir. vampoell a mother, Mrs. Rose
Campbell. They are en route to Los
Angeles where Mr. Campbell has sold
a half Interest In a patent he has per
fected. They will make their home
In tho southern city..
CLCR has 'm kitti no.
Hungarian, Hindu and Japanese lit
erature formed the topic for a meet
ing of the Current Literature club
yesterday afternoon In the library club
room, with Mrs. Lee Moorhonse and
Mrs. George H. Clark as hostesses.
Of decided interest was the review of
"St Peter's Umbrella," by Miksgatt.
given by Mrs. E. U. Aldrich. A read
ing from Tagore's "Chltra." by Mrs.
I. I. Temple, and Japanese poetry, by
Mrs. J. C. Snow, were excellent num
bers. A charming musical program
was given, the numbers being:
"Allah Gives Light in Darkness,"
and "The Northern Days Are Short."
by Chadwick, sun? by Mrs. Thomas
Vaughan, with piano accompaniment
by Miss Both Smith.
"I'erhaps," by Dorothy Forester,
and "The Less o' Kilean," by William
Stickler, sung by Mrs. William II.
Bennett with piano accompaniment
by. Mrs. Charles Bond. .
Moon Moths," a group" of three
piano numbers by Albert Kussner,
Played by Mrs. David H. Hill.
It. K. Tucker, who Is in Pendleton
In the Interests of community ser
vice, gavo a short talk, after which
the club endorsed the community ser
A social hour followed tha program,
with Mrs. forborne, Berkeley and
Miss Ida Boyd presiding at the tea
table. The hostesses were assisted
In serving by Mrs. Mark Moorhouse,
Mrs. u o. Frsuler and Mrs. James
MEETING I HELD.
Mrs. A. H. Cox and Mrs. F. J. Me
Monies were hosiesscsa yesterday aft
ernoon at the home of Mrs. Cox for a
meeting of the Spiraerlnktum nub.
Thirteen ladies were present and two
ouilts were tied, one for the poor and
ihe other for sale, the proceeds to be
used toward buying mnteriais for
clothes for the needy, continuing the
work begun last fall. Two new mem
cent, Mrs. N. I McLean and Mrs.
Charles Cole, were admitted to mem
bership. Refreshments were served
I y the hostesses. The next meeting
will bo In two weeks at the home of
Mrs. A. T. Perkins.
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WEDDIXG IS SOLEMNIZED.
Miss Mitbel Cordelia I'cebler be
came the bride of John II. WnRiier
this afternoon at a simple wedding at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
Feebler grandparents of the bride. The
bride Is a charming girl and the groom
is well known in the McKay creek re
gion where the couple will make their
borne. He Is a returned soldier. The
wedding ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. M. Cornelison, Presbyterian
MISS NEILL IS GUEST.
Miss May Neill arrived In Pendle
ton last night and is a weekrend
guest at the home of Miss Claire Ha
ley. NEW CLUB ORGANIZED.
"Why's Who and Why" is the name
of a tien- club organized recently by
members of the Christian church
choir- and the yoiwig married
people's Sunday school class. Ross
Maloney fs president; Jack Winer.
vice president and Harry Hopper,
secretary-treasurer. The meetings are
on the second and fourth Thursdays of
each month, following choir practice,
the first being held Thursday night at
the home of Mr. Maloney. Thirty-one
guests were present and the evening
was- spent in games. Refreshments
HISS WEST WEDS.
At a ceremony this morning at tha
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McKlnney
Miss Mary West became the bride of
Ernest A. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs.
McKinney attended the couple and
Miss Iris Little was an additional
guest. The groom is engaged in the
automobile business in Arlington
where the couple will make their
MRS. LIEULLEX CHOSE.V.
Mrs. Fred Lleuallen was chosen pre
sident of the Delphian Club at a busi
ness meeting of the organization yes
terday afternoon In the committee
room of the county library. Other
officers chosen were Mrs. Sylvan G.
Cohn, vice-president; Mrs. Alger Fee,
secretary treasurer and Miss Barbara
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I i Jl.R UPE1 Skoku thin and rrmain to I
U,trf fuaxanUal Oal ROUS IN latelaal
The following exwrptM are tribntCH
paid to liss Gonevino JlllxTt,
piano, with lilies' Coliinihia Sni
phiniy Orchotitra by ncwiapcr critics
throughout the country, who apliears
bore Wednesday evciiinR at Oie Ore
(Brooklyn Eagle) Miss Genevieve
Gilbert Is unquestionably one of the
moHt talented sopranos ' now before
(Orcgonian, Portland, Ore.) An
enthusiastic, audience greeted Miss
Genevieve Gilbert who won many ad
mirers with her beautiful voice and
(Toledo Blade, Toledo, Ohio) There
is no singer that has ever appeared
here that made such a favorable im
pression as Miss Genevieve Gilbert
She has a beautiful voice and there is
cerfainly no singer in, America today
with a more pleasing personality than
(Record Heraldi Chicago) Miss
Gilbert's voice not only has splendid
tonal' qualities but' is remarkable for
its great range. The ease with which
!she takes the extreme high notes was
J a wonder to her hearers last night.
! (.New York Times). Too much
; praise cannot be given to Mb;s Gene
jvieve Gilbert. Her charming voice
jand personality captivated her large
audience who heard her In a splendid
program of Wagner, Schumann, Kchu
bcrt, Woingartner,- Puccini, Cadman,
l Stephens and MacDowell.
(New York Herald). Miss Gene
vieve Gilbert is blessed with a splend
I id voice of great suppleness and
warmth over which she has absolute
(Toledo Iilade(. Miss Genevieve
Gilbert is a singer who combines every
cssentlal quality of a great artist
voice, method, style. Intellect and per
sonal charm. Her voice is a pure rich
soprano and her repertoire'ls a most
(Butte Miner, llutte, Mont.) Miss
Gilbert Is a dramatic soprano of great
power and range, her solos, especially
"Elizabeth's Prayer," from Tannhati
ser, and the "Cry of Rachel" were de
(Pocutello Tribune). Mips Gilbert
won Immediate favor with her clear
range and elasticiry and with her
charming personality sang her way In
to the hearts of her new friends in a
manner which will not easily he for
gotten. She sang With equal ease ma
jestic organ-like scenes from grand i
opera in Italian and dainty gems of
fragment themes and simple life. -
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OUR SUITS, COATS, BLOUSES AND
SWEATERS MUST GO.
We are going to make it possible for the la
dies of Pendleton to buy a Suit, Coat, Blouse or
Sweater of exceptional quality at one-half the
regular price and less.
It will pay you to see these models.
Hoch, corresponding secretary. Mrs.
G. M. Itice was chosen chairman of
the program committee. Tho mem
bers discussed the wurk for the com
VISITORS FOKM OUT OF TOWN.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Khinehart, of
Heppner, Miss Mary Khinehart and
Cecil Hhinehart, of Albee, are Pend
leton business visitors. Mr. and Mrs.
Rhinehart will return home tomor
row while Miss Khinehart and Mr.
Khinehart will remain until mday.
MISS FRAKER DEPARTS.
Miss Ethel Fraker departed today
for her home in Portland after spend
ing a month in Pendleton. She has
been nt the Joseph X. Scott home and
came here to visit her fnther, Wil
liam Fraked. Miss FraUer has been
extensively entertained by her many
Pendleton ' friends during her slay
WOMAN ADMITS PERJURY
revealed when the German govern
ment made partial answer to a ques
tionnaire submitted, by the Intor-al-licd
financial congress at Hrussels was
made public. According to official
figures, the estimated Income for 1920
and 21 waa more than 45 billion
marks, compared with four bullion
.178 millions In 1913-14. The month
ly deficit Is said to be about two and
one half billion marks.
MAItKI'TrS A HE STEADY
PORTLAND, Jan. 15. (A.
-Markets are steady today.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT A 3 room apartment,
children. Call lH'J-W.
PORTLAND, Jan. 15. (A. r.)
Mrs. Zella Becker who was fined
tinno In federal court had pleaded
guilty to prejury In land claims. Fed
eral District Attorney Humphreys suld
perjury was common among eastern
EXCEEDED BY EXPENSES
BERLIN, July 15. (f. P.) Ger
many's income Is. ten times that of
pre-Var days yet it is greatly exceed
ed liv the stjtte expenses. This was
Hall 20J E. Alta St Sunday ser
vices: Holiness meeting 11 a. m. Sun
day school 1:30 p. m. Young Peo
ples meeting 6:30. . Salvation meet
ing 8 o'clock. '. ,
Week day meetings: ' Tuesday,
Thursday, Saturday, at t o'clock. Fri
day night Hlhle study will he resumed
led by Brother Mayfield, 7:45. The
public are Invited to all lhe services.
Sunday night will be the welcome
meeting of the new l.lout. Mlra Noys.
Good singing and good speaking.
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PICKS FRENCH GIRL
Lee Shlppey.1 Missouri poet, left
a wife and child In Kansas City
when he went to France during
the war. There he became Infat
uated with Madeline Babln, a
I French girl. After tbe war she
came to Kansas City, where their
con wat born, ghlppey'e wife re
fused to get divorce so he could
.marry the French girl. ' Now
Shipper bas abandoned Ma wife
snd has Bed t Mexico with Mad
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